Addressing the need to understand the role of love in life, this compendium of startling insights relates love to the spiritual development in each of six universal archetypes. Attempting to answer such questions as What is love? How do we find it and how can we keep it? Why are there so many puzzling forms of it? and Why do so many people get it so wrong?, the book shows how love relates to the self-awareness in spiritual development for each archetype. Whether describing an Innocent, a Magician, a Monarch, an Orphan, a Pilgrim, or a Warrior-Lover, the featured archetype profiles offer essential guidance about what level of awareness is currently being lived, how to transition to the next stage, and how love can be nurtured. Each stage of development is tied to the ancient wisdom of the Tarot—the visual images of which act as reminders as to what to expect on life's journey—supported by real-life and pop culture examples that provide more immediate accessibility.
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The Six Archetypes of Love: From Innocent to Magician 2009-05-15 21:35:54 Krysta
We'??re all in relationships of one sort of another and this seems to be an area of challenge at one time or another, especially in intimate relationships. This book can help you gain insights relating loce to the spiritual development in each of six universal archetypes. The author identifies six classic profiles of individuals in love: the Innocent, the Orphan, the Pilgrim, the Warrior-Lover, the Monarch, and the Magician.